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The Resource The history and description of the famous Cathedral of St. Paul's, London

The history and description of the famous Cathedral of St. Paul's, London

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The history and description of the famous Cathedral of St. Paul's, London
Title
The history and description of the famous Cathedral of St. Paul's, London
Creator
Contributor
Former owner
Subject
Genre
Language
eng
Member of
Cataloging source
IUL
Citation location within source
4088
Citation source
Gumuchian & cie. Livres de l'enfance du XVe au XIXe siècle
Illustrations
illustrations
Index
no index present
Literary form
non fiction
Target audience
juvenile
Label
The history and description of the famous Cathedral of St. Paul's, London
Instantiates
Publication
Note
  • Boreman is the probable author of the complete Gigantick histories series; see Percy Muir, English children's books, p. 60
  • Volume 1: "To Master Tommy Boreman," dated Feb. 28 1741
  • Title-page of volume 2: The history of St. Paul's ... to which is added An account of the monument of the fire of London
  • List of subscribers: v. 1: p. x-xxxvii ; v. 2: v-xvi
  • Woodcut frontispiece; ornamental head-pieces
  • Publisher's advertisements at end of both volumes
  • Price: 4d
Dimensions
65 mm.
Extent
2 volumes (125, [3]; 121, [7] pages)
Note
Spec. Coll. copy: Volumes V and VI of a boxed set of ten Gigantick histories (including 2 copies of volume IX). First and second volumes bound in orange/brown embossed Dutch paper over boards. Each volume laid in an outer binding of blue and white marbled paper boards, with small typed paper labels, and string loop on spine; with 8 other volumes in matching box of blue and white marbled paper. Ex libris d'Alté Aldridge Welch.
Other physical details
illustrations (woodcuts)
System control number
  • (OCoLC)10191554
  • ucoclc10191554
Label
The history and description of the famous Cathedral of St. Paul's, London
Publication
Note
  • Boreman is the probable author of the complete Gigantick histories series; see Percy Muir, English children's books, p. 60
  • Volume 1: "To Master Tommy Boreman," dated Feb. 28 1741
  • Title-page of volume 2: The history of St. Paul's ... to which is added An account of the monument of the fire of London
  • List of subscribers: v. 1: p. x-xxxvii ; v. 2: v-xvi
  • Woodcut frontispiece; ornamental head-pieces
  • Publisher's advertisements at end of both volumes
  • Price: 4d
Dimensions
65 mm.
Extent
2 volumes (125, [3]; 121, [7] pages)
Note
Spec. Coll. copy: Volumes V and VI of a boxed set of ten Gigantick histories (including 2 copies of volume IX). First and second volumes bound in orange/brown embossed Dutch paper over boards. Each volume laid in an outer binding of blue and white marbled paper boards, with small typed paper labels, and string loop on spine; with 8 other volumes in matching box of blue and white marbled paper. Ex libris d'Alté Aldridge Welch.
Other physical details
illustrations (woodcuts)
System control number
  • (OCoLC)10191554
  • ucoclc10191554

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